Ros wrote an Op-ed piece for the Yorkshire Post explaining the benefits of using pension fund assets to invest in infrastructure projects to help boost growth and improve pension funding.
Ros explains why we need pension assets to invest in infrastructure to help boost their returns and the economy. Government should even consider underwriting some inflation linked returns for such projects.
Ros comments on the Autumn Statement which contained no help for savers, but some sensible suggestions on using pension funds to invest in infrastructure.
Ros gave a keynote speech at the Institutional Investor Pensions Conference in Luton Hoo, explaining what has gone wrong with our pensions and reforms that are needing to address the crisis.
Presentation given to Institutional Investor conference in Amsterdam outlining Ros’ thoughts on past mistakes and future trends in pension fund investment and trustee investment governance.
Presentation given to Goldman Sachs Pension Academy explaining how pension fund trustees could consider coping with the credit crisis and updating investment thinking for the future.
Presentation given to Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) in London outlining how pension funds need to think differently about investment risk and recognize that taking risk, especially in equities, does not necessarily mean returns will be high.
Article published in FTfm explaining why suggestions that BT’s pension fund accounting problems and long-term asset-liability mismatch will not be solved by switching from equities to bonds.Â More radical and broader thinking is required.
Article published in Public Service Review explaining that LDI is all about understanding and managing risk, not just about switching from equities to bonds.
Presentation given at Coombe Abbey, Coventry for PwC explaining Ros’ thoughts on the new world for trustees and dealing with deficits, risk and member protection.